Kicking off the month of September comes the weekly Open Discussion series. This very Open Discussion focuses on a list of things that are happening in the games industry. However, you can write something related to the topic at hand, or you can change the subject to something unrelated. As per usual, this Open Discussion will not support censorship.
If you are looking for a place to post up something that you may have found interesting, then the Open Discussion that appears every week on OAG might be for you. The Open Discussion series also allows for you and others to participate in a topic or to start up your very own discussion by sharing whatever comes to mind.
If writing is your thing or you like to learn about information that seems pressing, the Open Discussion series is more than open for content like that. The whole point of this series on OAG is to give you the reader the ability to list anything related or unrelated to the subject that is being discussed — however each week the main subject changes.
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This Open Discussion is about Electronic Arts or EA. The company has seen a lot of big events unfold as of recent from Star Wars Battlefront 2 and its MTX system to Battlefield V and its low pre-order sales and then being delayed, to the Madden shooting where Morgan & Morgan allege that there was “serious security negligence.”
If you want to participate in this Open Discussion and discuss the past, present and the future state of EA, you know what to do. But if you want to change the subject, you are more than welcomed to do so.
This week’s soundtrack selection is Jack Kaugman’s Double Dragon Neon score.